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The Largest Circulation of any Paper
Printed in the County.
SATURDAY ....NOVEMBER 1, 1873.
THE WEEKLY "HERALD"
Will be published this afternoon. It
will contain 30 columns of reading
matter, well selected. It has letters
from Los Nietos, Wilmington, Sole
dad and other places of interest. It
has the latest telegrams, an.l very full
The Sausal Redondo Decision.
Our dispatches this morning an
nounce a final decision by the Secre
tary of the Interior, of the very im
portant land case involving the title
to about 25,000 acres of land adjoining
this city. The decision gives the set
tlers and those persons who were
associated with General Rosecrans in
the location of school lands, the lands
The importance of this decision will
be better understood by a brief review
of the history of the contest of the
past five years.
The Rancho Sausal Redondo y Gua
spita was granted to Antonio Ygnu
cio Abila by the Mexican Govern
ment about 1840.
In 1858 the grant to Abila having
been confirmed by the United States,
the Rancho was surveyed by Major
Henry Hancock, Deputy United
States Surveyor General. This survey
was generally recognized until March,
1868. From 1858 to 1808 the land be
tween Sausal Redondo and the
Rancho Tajauta was taken up by set
tlers, claiming the land under the pre
emption and homestead laws of the
Among the early settlers were Alex
ander Nelson in 1858, E. W. Squires
in 1869, George Wright, Andrew Fo
gal and others in 1801.
In 1808 General Rosecrans came to
this county and being satisfied that
he could secure considerable land that
was unoccupied by settlers and not in
cluded in the surveys of Sausal Re
dondo or Tajanta in 1858, made
arrangements to locate School Lieu
On further investigation he learned
that the survey of Sausal Redondo had
never been confirmed, and he pro
cured a new survey, which reduced the
area of the ranch about 8,000 acres.
This land he covered with Lieu Land
Robert Rurnett had purchased the
title of most of the heirs of the origi
nal Mexican grantee, and he also had
a survey made which extended the
area of the grant about 20,000 acres.
The survey made by George Hans
en, Deputy IT. S. Surveyor General,
in 18G8, and generally known as the
Rosencrans Survey, was finally con
firmed by the Secretary of the Inte
rior in October, 1871.
Robert Burnett and Tomas Sanchez,
then applied in the United States
Land Office, of this District, for the
land, that had been included in the
survey made in 18G8, by Geo. H.
Thompson, Deputy United States Sur
veyor General, and excluded by the
The case was decided adversely to
the claimants in June 1872, by Henry
C. Austin, who was then Register of
the Land Office.
Last spring the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, gave his decision
against the claimants, and the Secre
tary of the Interior has now given a
Some of the bestagricultural land in
the county was covered by this claim,
and the unsettled title has been a
blockade to the growth of this city
Business will now be brisk in the
United States Land Office, where the
settlers will make their proofs and se
cure a title to their homes.
The survey made by Major Hancock
was more iv accordance with the
Disefio than either of the later sur
veys, and probably if that survey had
not been disturbed the settlers would
have had a title to their homes years
Messrs. Rurnett and Sanchez, iv
their testimony in the United States
Land Office, stated the facts in refer
ence to their purchases fairly and hon
estly, and in several instances injured
their claim by such statements. They
no doubt believed they were entitled
o considerable of the land that they
With the settlement of this case tho
land will be subdivided and settled in
small tracts. At present there are
probably eight hundred to one thou
sand people living on the land.
The number of children between five
tffid fifteen years of age iv Green
Meadows and La Dow School Districts
last June was about 350, and nearly all
of them had their homes on the dis
The Herald's machinery and its
force of workmen, so busily engaged,
last evening, were admired by a large
number of visitors. Between 5 and 0
o'clock this afternoon, the " little
giant" will be working oft the
Weekly Herald,aud a general invi
tation is extended to friends of the
establishment to call and see it in
The power press of the Los Angeles
Hekald is now up and running. The
last number of that journal was print
ed on it, v. • J it has a quite artistic ap
pearance. A little more railroad, Col.
Scott, and the World will go and do
likewise —[Sim Diego World.
Verily, moneyed men stand on slip
pery places. No name is secure. Hoy t,
Sprague & Co., of Providence, than
whom no business firm stood higher,
have failed and entailed endless suf
fering in Rhode Island and its fac
tories. Sprague of this firm was re
puted to be the wealthiest man in
Rhode Island, and one of the wealth
iest in New England. Ten millions of
dollars was said to number his coin.
The financial storm seems to have
spread wider than supposed at first.
From the stock room it has gradually
extended itself to the solid industry of
the country. Mill after mill is gradu
ally succumbing; factory after factory
is hauling In sail in order to weather the
storm. Currency is daily becoming
scarcer, and consequently the market
for manufactured goods is less. This
factory now discharges 500 operators;
that reduces its days to three or four of
the seven. Others stop entirely; the
end no man knows.
Absolute want — starvation will
stand in many homes in the east this
winter, and the suffering will be terri
ble if the season be as severe us was
the last. Crime will be rampant, for
men thrown out of work must eat; and
they prefer to steal than starve.
The government should immediate
ly take steps to remedy, as much
as in it lies, the difficulty which
is now upon the nation. Large quan
tities of paper and coin, $80,000,000, lie
idle in the treasury. This should at
once be put upon the market, and
made to relieve the wants of a circu
A lesson should be learned from 1873
and its financial history. It is this—
improvement carried on with a specu
lative impulse, and not because the
needs of the country demand it, is sui
cidial. Railroads should not be built
faster than the country demands, and
they should not be built when they
withdraw from this country to an
other money. Where a country or
State can build railroads or make any
other improvement from the capital
of the State itself, then ull is well;
when it is necessary to go to foreign
lands and sell bonds at enormous dis
counts that roads may be built through
unhabitated regions, then the country
must look out for a crash, and a crash
that will interfere with every and all
classes of people.
Credit for our Freight and Passen
The letter aud resolutions concern
ing freights and passengers, sent by
the Directors of the Chamber of Com
merce, have produced some effect,
though not all that has been desired.
The Chronicle in reply says:
We are in receipt of a communica
tion from the Secretary of the Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce, com
plaining that the published manifests
of freight and lists of passengers from
the southern coast counties do not give
Los Angeles its proper credit. The
Los Angeles people must see that the
omission complained of is not the fault
of the papers, but of the pursers of the
steamers. If they will furnish the
manifests in the way suggested we
shall be glad to print them.
This is at variance with a letter from
the steamship company, read at the
last meeting, which asserted that the
pursers of their steamers, in the mani
fests, credited each town with its ex
ports. The Chronicle, though, prom
ised to remedy the wrong in the future,
which is something gained.
The Bulletin does partial justice and
lumps all the freight received pcr v the
Pacific Mail under the head of "San
Diego, Anaheim Landing, San Pedro,
and Santa Barbara.'*
The Call, in sublime indifference,
passes by the resolutions without even
a respectful salutation, and in its
manifests of the Orizaba's cargo cred
its all to " San Diego, etc."
The Alta publishes the resolutions,
and speaks thus concerning them,
which is a lordly way of doing, but it
does not remedy tho credit. If, as it
says, Los Angeles is the metropolis of
Southern California, and it is just as
easy to credit its freight properly as to
San Diego, why In common sense jus
tice is it not done.
In accordance with a request from
Los Angeles, we print some resolu
tions adopted by the Chamber of Com
merce of that town, requesting that
the exports and imports of Wilming
ton he published separately from those
of Sau Diego; but it was scarcely
necessary. Californians of intelligence
generally, and especially business
men, fully appreciate the fact that Los
Angeles is the chief centre of business
in the southern part of the State, and
will probably remain so until a trans
continental railroad changes the con
dition of affairs. San Diego's great
ness is prospective, that of Los Angeles
is an actuality; and there is room for
both to expand.
The Examiner passes by the subject
in silence; it publishes no manifests,
and is not interested. But the Post,
true to justice and to truth, publishes
the manifest as it ought to he pub
lished. It states the port from which
goods were received, and also the name
of the consignee and the goods con
signed. This act of justice should
result in a large subscription list to
this paper from Los Angeles city und
Tbe Sacramento Bee charges thut
for nearly two years past one L.
Schroder, a resident of San Francisco,
has drawn regularly from the Slate
Treasury $150 per month as clerk of
said Treasury, and that he has never
given any tune to the duties of that
The body of Alfred Wainright, well
known in San Francisco, where he re
aided some years, was found October
25th in Charles river. He is supposed
to have committed suicide. .
According to the plan of the Smithsonian In
stitute. Kept specially for tke 'Hekald by
Brodrlck A Co. October .11.
•A. at 60-, |2P. M 9h |HP. M 62c
BKCtiVBITELT TO THE HERALD.
New.York, October ol.—J. T. &
W. H. Daley, 49 New street, In the
Southern shipping trade are among
the latest failures announced.
A Washington special says Secre
tary Richardson will soon give plnce
to Governor Morgan, or some one else
if he tl not eligible. The change, It is
stated, will be agreeable both to the
President and present Secretary.
Mrs. Anna E. Park,of Brooklyn, who
from the moment of Lucette Meyer**
arrest, on the charge of complicity in
the Goodrich murder, Interested her
self in her behalf, anil took her to her
own house after her discharge, has
made public Lucette's confession, of
which the following is a summary:
" Liticette was followed home, onStan
ton street, New York, by Goodrich,
and he frequently visited her after
ward. Roscoe and Reach also visited
Lucette. Kate Stodard called several
times on Lucette to learn whether
Goodrich visited her and manifested
jealousy. Roscoe was also jealous and
threatened to kill Goodrich. One
night Lucette and Reach went to
Goodrich's house, entered with false
keys and hid in a closet. Kate Stod
ard and Goodrich entered soon after
ward and quarreled for some time.
Then Lucette heard a shot and three
or four more in rapid succession. She
burst from the closet and saw Roscoe,
pistol in hand, leaning over Goodrich,
and Kate wiping blood from his fore
head. Roscoe threatened to shoot
Lucette, but let her off on her swear
ing secresy. She then wandered home.
She does not know how Roscoe enter
ed the house.
The feeling in Wall street this morn
ing is not good, although there was
no apparent inclination towards a
panic. Prices of stock are lower.
Private advices from Havana state
that in the recent storm, three Span
ish gun boats were lost at Guatamala
and two at Batabano, and one at
Sagua la Grande.
A Washington special says further
conversation with the President by
members of Congress, confirms the
statement already telegraphed that he
will favor the issue of new bonds
bearing a low rate of interest, convert
able into greenbacks at the will of the
Washington, Oct. 30.—The Secre
tary of the Interior attirmed the de
cision of the Commissioners of the
General Land office, rejecting the
application of Robert Rurnett and
Tomas Sanchez, to purchase under
the seventieth section of the act of
July 23d 18G8, a certain large tract of
land excluded from the RanchoSausal
Redondo, V Guapita, contiguous to
the city of Los Angeles. The claim
thus finally defeated, covers 25,000
acres of valuable land, which is oc
enpied by hundreds of settlers, who
will now be able to acquire a title
under the pre-emption laws.
According to the Resolution of the
Clearing House, pooling operations
associated with the banks were stopped
to-day. Different bankers expressing
the opinion that a cessation of pool
ing will not affect very seriously any
bank nor Interfere with any legitimate
Washinotoo, Oct. 31.—Mr. Deiit
the father of Mrs. Grant, is lying dan
gerously ill, with no prospects of his
The clergy of Washington have
arranged for general collections for
the relief of the yellow fever sufferers
Chief Engineer Montgomery Fletch
er, has been ordered on duty as In
spector of Machinery afloat at Mare
Island Navy Yard. Second Assistant
A. T. Dixon, is ordered to Renicia.
Mf.mi'HlS, October 31.—At noon
there were three deaths from yellow
fever and four from other causes.
The In-coming trains are crowded
with citizens returning to the city,
the streets are lively and weather
cold with a breeze from the mirth. \
Our afflictions have fled.
PHILADELPHIA, October 31.—Tho
dry-goods house of Morgan, Young &
Co., has suspended. Liabilities, $000,
--000. They will be able to pay 78 or 80
cents on the dollar.
St. IjOUIS, Oct. 31.—Mike McCoole
has been released on bail of $20,000.
Belfast, October 31.—John L. Gor
don, to-day, pleaded not guilty to the
indictment charging him with the
murder of his brother's wife at Thorn
dike on the 10th of June last. His
trial begins November 10th.
Paris, October 3L—lt is reported
that in consequence of the position
maintained by Count De Chambord
in his letter to Do Chesnaloug, all
hopes of the restoration of monarchy
arc abandoned. It Is probable that
the conservative deputies will vote in
favor of prolonging the term of Pres
Madrid, October 31.—The Govern
ment forces besieging Cartagena have
been reinforced by 5,000 men.
PACIFIC COAST TELEGRAMS.
EX« LVSIVKI.Y to the herald.
Convlctc.l ot Miiii-.li«ußii«er Nont t»
Amjlii in Arretted Mock* Kir.
San Francisco, Oct. 8L
Mary Sanchez, the white woman
who stabbed and lulled her negro
paramour, Henry Sanchez, about one
year ago, and who was convicted of
manslaughter, was Hum afternoon sen
tenced to the State Prison for two
Twenty-nine persona were sent to
the insane Asylum during the present
The report that President Bradbury
is coming to this city has revived the
rumor of a possible transfer of the
main office of the Pacific Mail Com
pany to this place.
John Hays, alias Shorty Hays, the
man arrested for participation in the
robbery of the Redding stage, will lu
taken to Shasta to-morrow.
Following ure tiie tninsni'tlons nttlio Morn
ing Board i
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Gould A Curry I.I 7 ; Justice Hi
B. A B 10 Caledonia Igki
Savage sti Julia 3!„
Cholfar 45*2 Knickerbocker 3
Hale A Norcross T< 1 . ± Silver Hill 10
Crown Point 100 Eclipse t'a
Yellow Jacket 62 Hock Island
Imperial 8 IN. V. Con W,
Kmplre 3 T s i American Flat ftw
Kentuck 19K Tyler Wo
Alpha 2S' a Central No. 2 10
Belcher 71 Colon Con 1 <
Confidence V 4 Woodvllle l' +
Con Virginia tit Nevada l
Sierra Nevada I">V4 Seg. Hock Island... 20c
Seg Belcher Bl
Meadow Valley ti!U Bye Hutch Tk
Kavmond A Ely 00% Newark 1%
Eureka Con 0% Eldorado s<ailh 4 J 4
Pioehe 5 " Amador 30
WA C 2 s ; Golden Chariol 1.1
American Flag Tj| Ida Ellmore \%
Belmont. 10 |
Chinese Celebration Arrival of a
Sacramento, Oct. St.
The Chinese commenced this after
noon their annual and melodious cere
mony of devil driving.
Parvin's steam plough, the fintoa
this coast, arrived from the manufac
tory at Farmington Wis., consigned
to Morris Briel, Dixon, Solano county,
who intends to use tho machine. It
weighs five tons.
Shot In the Le« by Accident.
Vallejo, Oct. 81,
About 12 o'clock to-day Mr. Sequeira,
of the Vallejo Savings and Commer
cial Bank, and a son of Capt. Phelps
of the United States navy, went out
hunting in a buggy, and when near
Vallejo Springs Mr. Phelps was acci
dentally shot in the leg.
The Loss at Reno by Tire Celebra
tion at Tllj I Ilia City Rich Mines
Virginia, Nev., October 31.
The ninth anniversary of the ad
mission of Nevada into the Union was
celebrated In this city and Cold Hill
to-day with great pomp by the
societies of Pacific Coast Pioneers and
Veterans of the Mexican War. The
procession formed on R street at noon,
and after marching through the prin
cipal streets of the city, proceeded to
Gold Hill. Judge Will Campbell
delivered a brief oration. The stars
and stripes floated from all the public
buildings, stores, hoisting works and
private residences. The celebration
concluded this evening with a grand
ball at the Odd Fellows' hall.
Acstix, Oct. 31,
Wonderfully rich developments
have been made in the past few days
in the Relmont mine. At a depth of
400 feet, a ledge was struck with a pay
streak four feet in width, the assays
from which gave results of from $1,000
to $3,500 per ton. Mr. Cassell, the
Superintendent, arrived in town to
night, on his way to San Francisco.
He reports the vein increased in
width to nine feet, without any signs
of a wall yet, and steadily increasing
in richness. The mine is open to the
public. No secresy has been observed.
The strike is undoubtedly the richest
ever made in eastern Nevada.
Reno, Oct. 31.
The total number of buildings burnt
is 09, principally business houses. Tho
loss is estimated at fully $150,000, with
very little insurance. Probably $20,
--000 will cover the amount. Property
to-day has changed hands for more
money than was asked for it with the
buildings before the fire. The mer
chants now propose to build fire-proof
stores as soon as the material can be
obtained. Several brick and stone
buildings have been purchased at
Washoe City to be taken down and
Ash hani>, Oct. 31.
A serious cutting affray occurred
here last night, in which a man named
J. C. Perry, alias Texas, was seriously
if not fatally stabbed by a man named
August Walters. Whisky was the
San Diego, October 31.
Pacific Mail Steamer Mohongo sail
ed at 9A. M. for San Francisco, via
way ports, with twenty-five passeng
ers. Will stop at Anaheim.
A Larue Fire.—We have just
learned that John Saviers, who re
sides on La Colonla. lost by fire last
week his barn, filled with buy, and
fourteen valuable horses. Mr. Saviers'
loss is estimated at $4,000. None of
the property was insured. The tire
was caused by some boys shooting
blackbirds near the barn, the sparkH
from the guns having set fire to the
hay, and there being a strong wind
prevailing at the time the tire could
not be extinguished.—[Santa Barbara
That '-Put Up Job."
Ed. Herald.—A morning's paper
intimates that the award of contract
for printing the Constitution and By-
Laws for tiie Chamber or* Commerce,
was a "put up job." Does this journal
imagine thut the (/utility of work is
not taken into consideration when
contracts are awarded? Can he see
no difference between the "ancient
and fish-like" styles and the much
worn materials of the other papers,
anil the new, fresh ami brilliant,
type* and meehunism of the Herald.
In all deference to the Mirror office,
whose proprietors are first-class work
men and princes among gentlemen. I
believe there was no Intention in tlie
Board to underrate or slight them, and
that the work was given to the Hek
ald only because the Mirror bad not
the particular style of type desired for
this work. Ex TYPO.
R. E. JACKSON,
( 10NTRACT0R AND BUILDER,
vv Main itreet, a few doom below first. Los
Angeles, Contracts lor buildings, and all
work executed In a satisfactory manner,
n. .It t
s) ft ACRES ON THE SAN ANTO
—• * 9 nio Kancli and tbe Han Gabriel ltivcr.
It Is eight miles from the city and two from
Los Nietos depot, end s depot Is within otie
balfaiuilc. I'he tract Is all arable and has
more Umber than the place can consume,
The water right Is excellent and the buildings
ami Improvements good, Kefer to A. 0.
I'll Al' YIN .Los Angeles. nol-1 md-2mw
\-OV WANT YOUR HOUSE OU
1 Wagon painted to suit the times, call on
THOMAS RltLEY.on FIRST STREET.
Also GRAINING AND MARBLEING done
on moderate terms. nol-,lmlc;ip
pORNER OF COMMERCIAL
V and Wilmington streets, Los Angeles.
We furnish THE BEST TWENTY-FIVE
CENT MEALS of any restaurant In town.
Wholesome food, good cooking, and a clean
and airy dining room, has made this restau
rant a favorite. LINDNER A BOTTCHER,
The Napa Gang Plow.
r p<) THE FARMERS OF LOS
A Angeles County: We call your attention
jo the new IMPROVED GANG FLOW, pa
tented by D. A. Manuel, of Napa, and adopted
by the Granges of this state. The points of
superiority are: Lightness of draft, It being a
centre draft) a castor wheel In the rear, which
makes il turn in a space sufficient to accom
modate its length; it has a falling pole and
can, by sliding, be adjusted to the driver's
weight, anil removes all pressure from the
horses' necks. We only ask farmers to call
anil examine lor themselves,
nol HELLMAN, HAAS A CO.
T. A. GARIY't
5£ Semi-Tropical SS
ni t t* mis «i em.
Grafted, Budded and Seedling Orange,
Lemon. Mexican Lime, English
Walnut, Apple, Peach,
And Genuine Laagiiodoc Almouil Trees
Call and examine mv stock. Priced cata
logue sent free. Address Postofflce Box NS,
Los Angeles, Cal. THOS. A. UAKEV.
PACIFIC MAIL JTEAMSHIP SI
M HEM 'LE FOR OCTOBER. IMS.
For Simla Barbnrn. San I'eilro, Ana
liolm Landing; ami Han Diego.
STKAMK.K OItIZAIIA, CAPT. St. J. JOHNSON,
£*fIN*M AM Arrives flkssl Litives <Vtoi Arrives B<M
b'nuivisvo. }'itiro. i J'tt.lru. Frtmcltco.
Nov 1 Nov 8 Nov 6 Nov 8
Nov 18 Nov l."> Nov Is Nov 20
Nov 25 Nov 27 Nov ;t(i Dec. 2
STF.AMEIt MOHONOO, CAPT. (i. 11. DOUGLASS.
Nov 7|Nov 9 Nov 12!Nov 14
Nov tt Nov 21 Nov 21 Nov 20
Dec l|Dec 8 Dec 6|Dee 8
For San Diego and all way ports, carrying
OILS, acids, POWDER,etc.,not allowed to
be carried on passenger steamers, will leave
San Francisco October 2Hth.
Freight on OILS, to San Pedro, 50 cents per
FOR NEW YORK VIA PANAMA,
Calling at San Diego, Maii/auillo, and Aca
Steamers leave San Francisco October4th
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Steamers leave Ha U Francisco on the Ist and
10th of every week.
Through Hills ot Lading signed, and through
tickets sold to all ports on the San Diego route
to New York, Europe, Mexico and South
America, at San Francisco tarilf rates.
To New York, cabin ?100
To New York, steerage.: 50
To San Francisco, cabin 15
To san Francisco,steerage 8
Cabin plans at agent's office. For passage
apply to IL McLELLAN,
nol Audit for Los Angeles County.
El Dorado Store.
A C. CHACVIN,
Wholesale ami Retail Dealer in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
WINES, LIQUOR AND TOBACCO.
7« MAIN STREET, LOS ANOELES.
J. H. LEROY MANAGER
E. LIPSIS AGENT
BENEFIT TO MISS CARRIE LEIGH.
NATI ROAY EVENINU, NOV. 1,
Will be presented the most elegant and popu
lar of modern pluys, iv live acts, entitled,
The Lady of Lyons.
CLAUD MELNOTTE, MR. S. W. PIRACY
Pauline IH>schappelles M'mk Hi kki
WIDOW MELNOTTE MISSC. LEIGH
Concluding with the Farce of
NI RSEY CHICKWEED.
Admission—Dress Circle, 11, Parquette, 50
cents. Private boxes, $5.
Doors open at 7:30. Curtain rises at 8.
Box Sheet for reserved seats open at theatre
from 10 A. If. to 4 P. M.
No extra charge tor reserved seats. nol
S. LAZARD & CO.'S
oPis iS i <S
FALL & WINTER GOODS
Monday, Nov. 3, I 873,
COMPRISING A MOST SELECT STOCK OF
THE LATEST STYLES OF
COMNSftM IN HART OK
SO Pleoes all Wool Striped Poplins,
At 50 Cents nor Yard;
25 Pieces Scotch Plaids,
At 3(1 Cents per Yurd;
60 Pieces Plain Satin de Chine,
At tt% Cents per Yard;
20 Pieces Striped Colored do,
At &2\ Cents per Yard;
10 Pieces Striped Black do,
At |fA£ Cents per Yurd.
100 Pleoes Assorted all Wool Em
press Cloth, in different qualtthw;
28 Pieces all Wool Serge,
Water Proof, Redlngote Cloth,
Draps d'Ete, Etc., Etc.
ALSO. n|| LINK* OK
Black Empress Cloth,
Black Biarritz Cloth,
Black French Merino,
Black Wool Delaine,
The Creates! Novelty ef the Reason,
Imported expressly for this market,
100 Assorted New Styles
Ktc, Etc., TCtc,.
AT $4 OO EACH!
200 Dozen Ladies' Iron Frame Hose,
AT S3 CENTS A PAIR.
Joseph's KID GLOVES,
At 75 Cents a Pair.
Sole AtfeuU lor Southern California Jbr the
Preville 1 and 2 Button Kid Gloves.
Nplonclicl Aasaortiiient of
Gents' & Boys' Clothing,
FURNISHING GOODS, Etc
8. LAZARD & CO.,
81 and 58 Main fttrert,
nol-lm I.OS ANGKLKB.
CARPET WAREHOUSE COLUMN
OF THK —
Richest and Newest Patterns!
IN EVERY STYLE.
of rated and phot—at hues.
The Carpet Warehouse
Monday, October 6th, 1873,
ti m m i p «s w
Lately oceupted by J. H. Wkiuht t Co.
This magnificent store hus boon entirely
A FULL LINK OF THK
RICHEST .FURNITURE COVERIN6S
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Rugs and Mats.
Plain and Striped Reps